Universities hide their use of race in admissions

No university that uses racial preferences in its admissions process seriously questions whether racial preferences are beneficial — or whether the undeniable costs of its policy outweigh the benefits. Moreover, these discriminating universities refuse … ›

Fisher: The final chapter?

This morning PLF filed this amicus curiae brief in the Supreme Court of the United States in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin.  We were joined on the brief by Center … ›

New PLF podcast on Fisher

Last week the Supreme Court decided to hear Abigail Fisher’s case against the University of Texas for a second time. Ms. Fisher is challenging the University’s decision to reject her … ›

The Supreme Court should grant certiorari in Fisher

A few months back, PLF filed this brief in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin urging the Supreme Court to take the case. Our friends at the Center for Equal Opportunity, the American … ›

Making a custom suit with no client in mind: Abigail Fisher returns to the Supreme Court

Abigail Fisher’s equal protection claim is once again before the Supreme Court. Today PLF — joined by our friends at the Center for Equal Opportunity, the American Civil Rights Institute, Project 21, … ›

PLF continues to support Abigail Fisher

Yesterday PLF filed this brief amicus curiae in support of Abigail Fisher.  PLF was joined on the brief by our friends from Center for Equal Opportunity, Project 21, Reason Foundation, and Individual … ›

The Fisher oral argument: Meeting Abigail Fisher

Here at Pacific Legal Foundation, we have been following the Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin case for years.  The oral argument is now a little over a week … ›

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Universities hide their use of race in admissions

No university that uses racial preferences in its admissions process seriously questions whether racial preferences are beneficial — or whether the undeniable costs of its policy outweigh the benefits. Moreover, these discriminating universities refuse … ›

Fisher: The final chapter?

This morning PLF filed this amicus curiae brief in the Supreme Court of the United States in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin.  We were joined on the brief by Center … ›

New PLF podcast on Fisher

Last week the Supreme Court decided to hear Abigail Fisher’s case against the University of Texas for a second time. Ms. Fisher is challenging the University’s decision to reject her … ›

The Supreme Court should grant certiorari in Fisher

A few months back, PLF filed this brief in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin urging the Supreme Court to take the case. Our friends at the Center for Equal Opportunity, the American … ›

Making a custom suit with no client in mind: Abigail Fisher returns to the Supreme Court

Abigail Fisher’s equal protection claim is once again before the Supreme Court. Today PLF — joined by our friends at the Center for Equal Opportunity, the American Civil Rights Institute, Project 21, … ›

PLF continues to support Abigail Fisher

Yesterday PLF filed this brief amicus curiae in support of Abigail Fisher.  PLF was joined on the brief by our friends from Center for Equal Opportunity, Project 21, Reason Foundation, and Individual … ›

The Fisher oral argument: Meeting Abigail Fisher

Here at Pacific Legal Foundation, we have been following the Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin case for years.  The oral argument is now a little over a week … ›

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Universities hide their use of race in admissions

No university that uses racial preferences in its admissions process seriously questions whether racial preferences are beneficial — or whether the undeniable costs of its policy outweigh the benefits. Moreover, these discriminating universities refuse … ›

Fisher: The final chapter?

This morning PLF filed this amicus curiae brief in the Supreme Court of the United States in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin.  We were joined on the brief by Center … ›

New PLF podcast on Fisher

Last week the Supreme Court decided to hear Abigail Fisher’s case against the University of Texas for a second time. Ms. Fisher is challenging the University’s decision to reject her … ›

The Supreme Court should grant certiorari in Fisher

A few months back, PLF filed this brief in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin urging the Supreme Court to take the case. Our friends at the Center for Equal Opportunity, the American … ›

Making a custom suit with no client in mind: Abigail Fisher returns to the Supreme Court

Abigail Fisher’s equal protection claim is once again before the Supreme Court. Today PLF — joined by our friends at the Center for Equal Opportunity, the American Civil Rights Institute, Project 21, … ›

PLF continues to support Abigail Fisher

Yesterday PLF filed this brief amicus curiae in support of Abigail Fisher.  PLF was joined on the brief by our friends from Center for Equal Opportunity, Project 21, Reason Foundation, and Individual … ›

The Fisher oral argument: Meeting Abigail Fisher

Here at Pacific Legal Foundation, we have been following the Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin case for years.  The oral argument is now a little over a week … ›

Universities hide their use of race in admissions

No university that uses racial preferences in its admissions process seriously questions whether racial preferences are beneficial — or whether the undeniable costs of its policy outweigh the benefits. Moreover, these discriminating universities refuse … ›

Fisher: The final chapter?

This morning PLF filed this amicus curiae brief in the Supreme Court of the United States in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin.  We were joined on the brief by Center … ›

New PLF podcast on Fisher

Last week the Supreme Court decided to hear Abigail Fisher’s case against the University of Texas for a second time. Ms. Fisher is challenging the University’s decision to reject her … ›

The Supreme Court should grant certiorari in Fisher

A few months back, PLF filed this brief in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin urging the Supreme Court to take the case. Our friends at the Center for Equal Opportunity, the American … ›

Making a custom suit with no client in mind: Abigail Fisher returns to the Supreme Court

Abigail Fisher’s equal protection claim is once again before the Supreme Court. Today PLF — joined by our friends at the Center for Equal Opportunity, the American Civil Rights Institute, Project 21, … ›

PLF continues to support Abigail Fisher

Yesterday PLF filed this brief amicus curiae in support of Abigail Fisher.  PLF was joined on the brief by our friends from Center for Equal Opportunity, Project 21, Reason Foundation, and Individual … ›

The Fisher oral argument: Meeting Abigail Fisher

Here at Pacific Legal Foundation, we have been following the Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin case for years.  The oral argument is now a little over a week … ›